My name is Guillaume Lambert and I joined the department of Applied and Engineering Physics of Cornell University in July 2016.
My lab uses fundamental physical principles and synthetic biology to study biological systems at the single-cell level.
Current research interests include:
Please visit our research page or read our latest publications for further information.
Research opportunities: The Lambert Lab is seeking highly motivated graduate students and postdocs.
Fall 2018 AEP1200: Guillaume will be teaching Biophysical Methods in the Fall of 2018. For more information, please visit the class website.
Guillaume will speak at the 2nd Annual Genome Editing USA Congress in Boston, MA.
Listen to Guillaume's interview in the December 5th podcast by the Wall Street Journal, Battling the Superbugs.
Guillaume will speak at Cornell University's Biophysics Colloquium.
Guillaume will talk about synthetic biology and the CRISPR revolution at the Ithaca Science Cabaret.
Guillaume will be a speaker at the American Society for Microbiology Spring meeting at Michigan State University.
Guillaume was awarded a 2017 Sloan Research Fellowship!
Guillaume has started teaching his first class at Cornell, Introduction to Nanoscience and Nanoengineering.
Guillaume will speak at Université de Montréal for the Physics department colloquium.
Guillaume will give a Special CPM Seminar at McGill University.
Guillaume will give the LASSP and A&EP Seminar at Cornell University.
Read our Cell paper together with the Collins Lab on rapid, low-cost Zika diagnostics.
Read our paper on the costs of clock-environment misalignment in cyanobacteria, now available on the bioRxiv! UPDATE 08/2016: The paper has now been published in Biophysical Journal, read it here!
Guillaume will be attending the APS March Meeting in Baltimore, MD.
Guillaume will speak at the conference on Populations, Evolution, and Physics at the Aspen Center for Physics.
Read our recent paper together with the Rust Lab about metabolic entrainment of the circadian clock!
Guillaume will speak at the Royal Society's International Scientific Seminar on Antimicrobial Resistance at Chicheley Hall, UK
Lambert Lab website is officially online!
Meet the crew
Read our latest papers
Antibiotics, synthetic biology, applied biophysics